Engineering services can be thought of as expanding your internal product development team. As a service, engineering requires significant contextual understanding to ensure that all product parameters are considered as innovative changes are evaluated. GS Engineering manages both the nominal design objectives and the broader contextual requirements, such as corrosion prevention or use of specific materials. We maintain a staff of highly-skilled engineers with experience from many different industries, including licensed professional engineers to help you improve product performance, reduce weight or cost, and shorten time-to-market. 

Our engineering services experience ranges from seasoned veterans with over thirty years in the industry, to new college graduates just coming out of some of the country’s best universities. This allows us to continually evolve our organization in order to stay in touch with all of the latest innovations, while keeping our roots firmly planted with the engineering principles that built this company. All of our staff members are qualified professionals devoted to the highest level of client satisfaction and continual improvement.

GS Engineering employs subject matter experts of the following disciplines: program managers, mechanical engineers, electrical engineers, metallurgical engineers, test directors, test engineers, mechanical designers, engineering interns, technicians, mechanics, clerical, and support staff. The collective team background encompasses professional engineering services expertise in the fields of military vehicles, professional motorsports, architectural and structural design, commercial trucks and chassis, consumer automotive, aerospace, off-highway and construction equipment, and high volume manufacturing.

By providing engineering services as either a prime contractor or as a subcontractor to OEM’s, GS Engineering successfully executes government and commercial contracts ranging from single component design thru total responsibility for ground-up vehicle design, often with concurrent analysis and simulation efforts.